Posts Tagged ‘Aliens’
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MOVIE REVIEWS
 
Those pesky aliens are back and wreaking even more havoc in "Independence Day: Resurgence," a 2016 sequel to director Roland Emmerich's 1996 original from Twentieth Century Fox.

Independence Day: Resurgence

Whatever enjoyment you find is an OK-fine white flag, not a willful surrender to spectacle. Though slick, the visuals boast all the awe of a software upgrade.
From left, Dennis Hopper, John Stockwell, Danielle von Zerneck and Fisher Stevens star in "My Science Project," a 1985 sci-fi comedy directed by Jonathan R. Betuel.

Class of 1985: ‘Real Genius’ / ‘My Science Project’

From a banner year for sci-fi comedies, Nick takes a look at one of the greatest ... and one of the not-so-greatest.

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Film on Vinyl: Spotlight on Spacelab 9

Next up on Film on Vinyl’s playlist: Spacelab 9's release of the "District 9" soundtrack and a chat with label manager, Dave Amcher. No CDs Allowed.
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Oblivion

"Oblivion" makes some ill-advised narrative decisions and largely wastes Tom Cruise, but a curious combination of analog patience and digital prowess saves it.

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Rebutting the Reboots

Chris and special guests Richard Propes and Bob Bloom address all the movie reboots that have been invading theaters. Is it time to rebut the reboots?
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The Darkest Hour

"The Darkest Hour" is the perfect example of what happens when a bad B-movie gets an A-sized budget. Not good. Not good at all.

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Pinewood Studios – 75 Years

After surviving WWII, a depression and two major fires, they're still going strong.
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Attack the Block

"Attack the Block" is a middle-of-the-road horror flick that never lives up to its potential.